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How Do We Fix It?
At a time of anger and division, we talk solutions. News podcast with Richard & Jim + guests. A production of
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Richard Davies Sep 14
"We must all listen and empathize more. And listening of course means fundamentally listening to people with whom you disagree. We need to judge and condemn less..." -
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Richard Davies Sep 13
Kids are smart, strong, and at least as capable as their parents were at their age. So, when the crime rate is at a 50-year-low, why do we insist on bubble-wrapping them? We spoke with Lenore Skenazy
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Richard Davies Sep 12
Why continues to grow.. For brands, thought leaders, non-profits & celebrities, they’re an “important part of a well-rounded content strategy.” are much more intimate than social media.” By ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Jim Meigs Sep 13
Right. made this point on the podcast: Private and public prison systems both have incentives to lobby for more incarceration. Eliminating private prisons doesn't fix the underlying problem:
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How Do We Fix It? Sep 13
Sometimes our podcasts are provocations. Latest “How Do We Fix It?” episode with Lenore Skenazy... Why do we bubble wrap our kids? Children aren’t fragile!
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Richard Davies Sep 12
"Treating kids as physically and emotionally fragile is bad for their future, and ours," says Lenore Skenazy. Our new ⁦ with the founder of Free Range Kids and ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩. ⁦
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Richard Davies Sep 12
Disturbed by big tech? Learn more about . Using coding, AI, social media and more to build tools for social change. Our with Micah Sifry
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Richard Davies Sep 7
A playful romp through with , author of “An Economist Walks Into a Brothel and Other Places to Understand Risk.” Our with my surprisingly smart and wise friend ⁦⁩ and me.
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How Do We Fix It? Sep 11
There are genuine emotional benefits when we connect with strangers," Kio Stark tells us. These fleeting interactions bring connectedness and belonging." Listen here
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Richard Davies Sep 10
We’ll discuss this on with Nicci Gerrard this month.
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How Do We Fix It? Sep 5
From dating to switching jobs and managing retirement. We all manage risk. Want to get better at it? We talk solutions. Our guest is .
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Richard Davies Sep 9
On "How Do We Fix It?" we talk solutions. Episode #214. Rebuilding the social trust. Transforming the political process by finding new and effective ways to bridge divides. With
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How Do We Fix It? Sep 9
Great conversation. Bridge Alliance brings together many groups that are working to improve democracy abroad how we talk to each other.
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Richard Davies Sep 7
A playful romp through with , author of “An Economist Walks Into a Brothel and Other Places to Understand Risk.” Our with my surprisingly smart and wise friend and me.
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Richard Davies Sep 6
We all manage . Want to get better at it? Ask some experts: Magicians, gamblers, big-wave surfers, horse breeders, and, yes, prostitutes. ⁦ with ⁦⁩ & ⁦
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How Do We Fix It? Sep 6
Our podcast with Scott about his book and wisdom..
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How Do We Fix It? Sep 5
From dating to switching jobs and managing retirement. We all manage risk. Want to get better at it? We talk solutions. Our guest is .
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How Do We Fix It? Sep 5
So glad! Here’s our interview with Sam on her fine
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How Do We Fix It? Sep 4
We talk about fixing stuff— not ranting or complaining. New shows on what to do if there’s a recession. How to manage tensions with China, and designing for trust. ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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